• Singapore Media by Ang Peng Hwa
    percent others, the dominant working language is English (Singapore Department of Statistic, 2006a). Because of historic reasons, Chinese, Malay and Tamil are also recognized as official languages and so literature and publicity material aimed at the population are in those languages too. Dialects play...
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  • India
    The American Forum for Global Education Women in India: How Much Have Their Lives Changed Since Independence? ➢ The role of women in India needs to be carefully described within the Indian context. ➢ Some Indian wives have been victimized...
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  • A Horse and Two Goats: Detailed Summary
    two men, neither of who speak each other's language. Muni and his wife live in poverty in a remote village in India called Kritam. In his prosperous days, before pestilence took most of his cattle, Muni had 40 sheep and goats. Now, in his old age, Muni has just two goats. His usual daily routine is to...
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  • Dsghfnmjhgf Xcvfbjuyhg
    of the cultural and linguistic movements in the following centuries. Panini’s great influence standardized S language firmly. The later forms of speech like the Prakrits (Pali and the rest) were taken up by the heterodox sects, the Buddhists and the Jains and their teachers, who created great literature...
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  • History of Advertising
    and Andhra Pradesh. The Deccan Chronicle: The Deccan Chronicle is the fourth largest English language daily in India. The daily is published from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. The cartoon strips featuring on the cover page and inside pages of the newspaper are its main characteristic. It is the largest...
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  • Rajat
    Ashok Gehlot | 2008-12-12 | Indian National Congress | all | 25 | Sikkim | Pawan Kumar Chamling | 1994-12-12 | Sikkim Democratic Front | all | 26 | Tamil Nadu | M. Karunanidhi | 2006-05-12 | Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam | all | 27 | Tripura | Manik Sarkar | 1998-03-11 | Communist Party of India (Marxist)...
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  • Advertising Project
    Andhra Pradesh. • The Deccan Chronicle: The Deccan Chronicle is the fourth largest English language daily in India. The daily is published from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. The cartoon strips featuring on the cover page and inside pages of the newspaper are its main characteristic. It is the largest...
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  • Freeessays
    those of the most disadvantaged.” Sitabai’s family has come a long way from the days of penury. Enhanced income has raised the family’s standard of living. Her children now go to a good public school. After paying for day to day expenses, she manages to save a small sum for the family’s future needs. “Thanks...
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  • INDIA
    to constitute Mumbai were home to communities of fishing colonies. "India is the cradle of human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most astrictive materials in the history...
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  • Communication System in Malaysia
    INTRODUCTION Every day, in our work and in our leisure time, we come in contact with and use a variety of modern communication systems and communication media, the most common being the telephone, radio, television, and the Internet. Through these media we are able to communicate (nearly) instantaneously...
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  • Parliment
    Constitutional amendment bills) may be bypassed under the procedures described in Article 68. If the Yang di-Pertuan Agong does not assent to a Bill within 30 days after it has been presented to him, it shall automatically become law (Articles 66(4) and (4A)) Immunity & Parlimentary Privileges Members of Parliament...
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  • Current Afairs
    winners with their category award. The King’s Speech” won the top Academy Award, for best picture, giving the British royals drama a total of four Oscars. Award Category | Nominated Winner | Actor in a Leading Role | Colin Firth in The King’s Speech | Actor in a Supporting Role | Christian Bale...
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  • Local Colour
    his interview that he had not read Raja Rao and it could be guessed that Raja Rao would not have read L.S.Ramamirtham's works since he does not read Tamil, and only one or two works of L.S.Ramamirtham have been translated into English and that too very recently. Hence, there has been no rapporl de faif...
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  • Rk Narayan
    (October 10, 1906 – May 13, 2001), shortened from Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami(Tamil: ராசிபுரம் கிருஷ்ணசுவாமி அய்யர் நாராயணசுவாமி) was an Indian author whose works of fiction include a series of books about people and their interactions in an imagined town in India. He is one of three leading...
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  • World Wars
    Tamil Eelam INTRODUCTION Tamil Eelam (Tamil: தமிழீழம் tamiḻ īḻam, generally rendered outside Tamil-speaking areas ) is a proposed independent statethat Tamils in Sri Lanka and the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora aspire to create in the north and east of Sri Lanka. Tamil Eelam has no official...
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  • Is Multilinguism Inherently Unstable?
    problem of Sri Lanka has been one of identity. The Tamils want to preserve their identity and the Sinhalas want to overrun it. For much of the last 20 years it has suffered fighting between the armed forces of the predominantly Sinhalese government and Tamil Tiger rebels who want an independent homeland...
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  • Fight Between Right to Privacy and Right to Know
    then there is no effective remedy except in tort where one can claim damages for intruding in his privacy and no more. In R. Rajagopal Vs. State of Tamil Nadu (1994), the Supreme Court held that the right to privacy is a right to be let alone. None can publish anything concerning the above matters without...
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  • Regional Chauvinism of political parties in india
    Dal in Punjab 7 4 Case study of MNS in Maharashtra 10 5 Conclusion 13 6 Bibliography 14 CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION India, upon independence was divided into various regions and religions. The people of those regions came together and formed the State of India. When such diverse people...
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  • India
    Christianity enjoy a strong cultural heritage. Colonized in the British Empire in the nineteenth century, India gained independence in 1947 as a unified nation after an intensive struggle for independence. With over one billion people, it is the second most populous country in the world and the world's largest...
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  • Transgenders
    Tribes Act 1871 and labelled a "criminal tribe," hence subjected to compulsory registration, strict monitoring and stigmatized for a long time, after independence however they were denotified in 1952, though the century old stigma continues.Recently campaigns have emerged with the intent of protecting the...
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